Tuesday, February 21, 2017

How to Keep Your Dog Golden in Their Senior Years

   “Hello everyone, this is Bentley Basset Hound and today I will be revealing my secret to feeling golden in the senior years. It actually isn’t a secret; it is Dr. Harvey’s Golden Years. Mom adds it to my food each day and I gobble it right up. I've been using it for a couple of years now and I can’t say enough about the positive changes it has made in my body.
   You might have read our post the other day about my PetMedella Pet Wellness Analysis Kit where we shared how awesome my results were. The consultant Mom spoke to couldn’t believe how healthy I am at nine years old. We credit Dr. Harvey’s Fine Foods and Golden Years. Seriously, I scored in the upper 90% in almost all areas of health!
   When is your dog considered to be a senior? It actually depends on the breed since larger dogs usually don’t have as long of a lifespan as smaller breeds. *Dogs are considered seniors in the last quarter of their lives. In my case, a Basset is considered a senior at 7 years old. Of course, that doesn’t mean that I have to curl up and act like an old hound. No, not at all because there are still places to go, people to meet, friends to wrestle, and butts to sniff!
   Golden Years is made in the USA and contains a combination of wild-crafted and organic herbs. This supplement helps the body’s ability to fight disease and may help to increase longevity. It is a propriety blend that has been used to ward off chronic illness and prevent oxidation in the body which damages cell membranes and other structures.
   I can always count on Dr. Harvey’s to provide me with the best food, treats, and supplements. They never add preservatives, dyes, synthetic ingredients, salt, sugar, wheat or corn. Golden Years can provide the essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that dogs need to live their best lives.
   Let me share an exciting announcement with you…I am giving away one canister of Golden Years to a very lucky reader! All you have to do is enter on the Rafflecopter below. Good luck everyone.”
* Source: PetPlace
How to enter on Rafflecopter: You must leave a comment. One you’ve commented, click the “I Commented” in the lower right-hand side and the rest of the entry form will open. Follow the instructions for each entry. You can also tweet out our Twitter message once a day for extra points. Be sure to fetch a free entry just for visiting.  If you have any questions, let me know. 
Legal Jazz: Contest open to U.S. residents age 18 and over. No purchase necessary to win. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter and the winner will have 24 hours to respond. Dr. Harvey's will provide one canister of Golden Years supplement, a value of approx. $17.95. We reserve the right to disqualify any entry that does not follow rules.
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  1. Sounds like a great product! We would love to try it! Chloe is 13 and LadyBug is 12.

  2. What a great product!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  3. It's important to stay fit as we age. Right now with Mom laid up, our fitness has taken a slight break, but we do still stay as active as we can. Sounds like a great product!

  4. This sounds like a great idea. We are getting to "that age" where we need to supplement our kibble.

  5. Mom says that she is going to remember about this when I'm a senior. I'm 5 now.


  6. WE are glad that this is keeping you lookin and feelin like a Teenager.

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  8. We were totally looking for a new supplement. Love to give it a try!
    Lily & Edward

  9. We are on the look out for a new product since we have 2 seniors in the house!

  10. Oh my! I'm not a senior, am I? I'm 8 years old. Maybe ghostwriter will do a few calculations and find out if she needs to get this supplement for me. Looks good.

  11. Cricket is 12! While we had Sheba, we chose most of our supplements based on what was recommended for her cancer. Now I want to take a look at things to see if we should do some different stuff. This sounds like it would be great for Cricket.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

  12. Your mom takes great care of you, Bentley. :)

  13. Living in a senior household this may come in handy and it looks delish too! Bilbo is 15, Dory is 13 and Jakey is 10.

  14. Bailey is 14 and Hazel is 12! and they put up with two year old me!

  15. Thanks for sharing this information. I don't supplement except for fish oil right now.

  16. This must be some great stuff, Bentley, 'cause you always look so FLY!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

    1. I just entered the contest, hope I win! I didn't tell you how old my senior dog Phoebe is though - we believe she is 8 yrs. old

  17. Wilson will be 14 in May. He's definitely a senior!

  18. Murphy will be ten this year, but in Jack Russell fashion, still acts like a young dog.

  19. I'd love to try this for my 11 year old who has eye and skin issues.

  20. Wow, Bentley. your magic herbs sure 'look good on ya.' As a fellow senior pooch myself (at age 11-can you believe that?) it's good to have that kind of nutritional goodness helper and I'd sure like to give it try!
    Your fur-iend,

  21. My Border Collie girl will be nine in May. We are a fan of Dr. Harvey's food; would love to try adding this product as my best friend ages.

  22. 3 bum swings! 3 more!
    Good luck good dogs!

    Dr. Harvey's products sound wooftastic but I can't have rosemary. For a pup who lives with epilepsy it could trigger a seizure.
    Stay strong Bentley!

    Nose nudges,
    CEO Olivia

  23. Moses is an 11 year old Pom. I def want to give this a shot!!

  24. We have an eleven year old malti poo diagnosed with kidney disease. Looking for advice.

  25. OMD, Bentley, a couple of years ago, the vettie called MOI a senior and Ma just abouts lost it!!!! I just barked it off, butts Ma is thinkin' abouts my joints, my insides and all that stuffs, so this could be FABulous for my up coming nine (cough, cough) years on this FABulous planet!
    Ruby ♥


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